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Five Significant Purpose-Finding Moments Five Significant Purpose-Finding Moments
Purpose

Five Significant Purpose-Finding Moments

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 4, 2019

To live on purpose, I have to decide what purpose is . . . for me. Looking back over years of trying to figure this out, five significant moments helped me move forward. Moment 1 – “It’s not about me” – On the very first page of Rick Warren’s book The Purpose Driven Life, he…

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why Senior Pastors Should Mentor Mentoring Mythbusters: Why Senior Pastors Should Mentor
Mentoring

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why Senior Pastors Should Mentor

Posted by Kevin Harris on September 2, 2019

A Christianity Today article quoted leadership guru Peter Drucker as saying that the four hardest jobs in America are, in no particular order . . . President of the United States University President CEO of a Hospital Senior Pastor The article’s disclaimer creates some question as to whether or not Drucker actually said this, but…

Living on Purpose Living on Purpose
Purpose

Living on Purpose

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 29, 2019

This Sunday, I’ll be at NewSpring Church as one of a handful of speakers giving short talks during their morning services on the topic of purpose. You’re all invited, but just in case you can’t make it, here’s some of what I’ll share . . . One of the best questions ever . . . If your…

Transactional Faith Transactional Faith
Theology

Transactional Faith

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 26, 2019

I’m an evangelical. I want everyone to find and follow Jesus. I believe He’s a choice you can make, not an inherited relationship that’s handed down from your parents, your church, or your christening as a baby. Salvation is an invitation you can accept. (Calvinists and Reformed peeps . . . please cut me some…

Seven Reasons It’s Worth Sticking Out Your Marriage Seven Reasons It’s Worth Sticking Out Your Marriage
Marriage

Seven Reasons It’s Worth Sticking Out Your Marriage

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 22, 2019

On Saturday, Miriam and I will celebrate the 50th anniversary of our wedding. 50 years. We were married the year of Woodstock and Apollo 11. There were no smartphones or personal computers and no internet. We’ve been married longer than many of you have been alive. And more than twice as long as we were…

Who Do You Follow? Who Do You Follow?
Leadership

Who Do You Follow?

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 19, 2019

I’ll bet the word “follow” is used a billion times more today than it was ten years ago, before Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Back then, we played games like follow the leader. And we thought about following the directions or not following too closely when we were driving. Or we got nervous if we felt…

Time for a Laugh Break Time for a Laugh Break
Rest

Time for a Laugh Break

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 15, 2019

After writing blog posts all these years, I’ve learned a bit about listening to that little voice in my head. Sometimes it’s God. Sometimes it’s just my soul reminding me to take a break, be human, and laugh a little. So, I’ve dug up the following quotes from around the internet with only one intent…

What God’s Love Is (Part 2) What God’s Love Is (Part 2)
Theology

What God’s Love Is (Part 2)

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 12, 2019

On Thursday, we talked about two things: 1) how we can trust those we know love us, which explains why we have a hard time trusting God if we don’t fully appreciate His love. And 2) we talked about what God’s love isn’t. Now let’s unpack what God’s love is . . . Individual and…

What God’s Love Isn’t (Part 1) What God’s Love Isn’t (Part 1)
Theology

What God’s Love Isn’t (Part 1)

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 8, 2019

“Jesus loves the little children, All the children of the world. Red and yellow, black and white, They are precious in His sight. Jesus loves the little children of the world.” But does God love you? Does God love me? How do we know? And what does that really mean? As I wrote a few…

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why I Don’t Call My Mentees Mentoring Mythbusters: Why I Don’t Call My Mentees
Mentoring

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why I Don’t Call My Mentees

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 5, 2019

A few of the guys I’ve mentored have gotten their feelings hurt because I don’t call them. I could hide behind “I’m swamped” or “I’ve got a lot of mentees and not enough time to go around” . . . but I don’t. Truth is they have to call me. There’s a purpose here. Actually, there are…

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